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People sometimes store vegetables and herbs in oil to extend their shelf life or to flavour the oil. Some of these products include garlic, onions, sun-dried tomatoes, hot peppers, mushrooms and various herbs. However, these low-acid foods need to be properly prepared, as they can cause serious illness, such as foodborne botulism.
Food retail sector where food businesses prepare or manufacture and sell food General description This food sector covers food businesses that prepare or manufacture food for direct retail sale to consumers (other than as part of the food service sector). Products sold can be consumed immediately, but do not need to be.